New Modular Data Center Designed for South-east Asia
Excerpt: A new modular data center designed specifically for South-East Asia’s tropical climate has been developed by the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and Toshiba. It uses Toshiba’s free-air cooling system, previously designed for containerized data center models in Japan but tweaked for Singapore’s climate, and new technology developed by NTU that focuses on server efficiency.
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